Over the last two years, the NFED had to adapt to virtual volunteerism and fundraising in response to a global pandemic. See how you can get involved with these efforts.
Trio of Fall Events Raise Spirits and Funds
We salute families in three states for their incredible events benefitting the NFED.
How You Can Volunteer in a Pandemic
Despite the crazy year of quarantine that 2020 was, numerous NFED volunteers still found ways to raise money and awareness for the NFED mission. Find out how you can get creative and get involved!
Rise Up and Volunteer
February is Ectodermal Dysplasias Awareness Month. It’s a perfect opportunity to take action for the NFED family. Check out these ideas for easy ways to fundraise and make a difference.
Help Us Crush Our 2019 Goals
You can help us crush our 2019 goals. Do you want to be a monster or a mummy? Want to bid on some great prizes? Or, could you make a few clicks to advocate for our important bill? We are looking for volunteers to help with all of these to improve lives for the ectodermal dysplasias community.
Running the Disney Princess Half-Marathon with EEC
Caitlin Brown was skeptical when her mom, Suzanne, wanted to join her in running the Disney Half-Marathon to raise money for the NFED. But she knew, there was no telling Suzanne, who is affected by EEC syndrome, she couldn’t do something. Find out how this mom-daughter duo did.
Our Volunteers Are Worth Their Weight In Gold!
For National Volunteer Month, the National Foundation for Ectodermal Dysplasias celebrates its volunteers for their 5,000 hours of service. It is mind boggling the tasks they accomplished to help the NFED and those affected by ectodermal dysplasias. Watch our tribute video and learn how you can volunteer to be a Social Media Ambassador, Advocacy State Lead or fundraiser.
Ectodermal Dysplasias Awareness Month 2019
Join others affected by ectodermal dysplasias worldwide to unite for Ectodermal Dysplasias Awareness Month in February. Help us raise awareness of these rare conditions. Our campaign is focused on awareness of the symptoms, its impact on teeth and the need for a law in the United States to get coverage for treatment.